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, "washington post" columnist jonathan capehart, former democratic congressman harold ford, jr. joining us from washington nbc's capitol hill correspondent luke russert. luke, i can't believe i'm saying the words government shut down and debt ceiling debacle once again, my friend. what are the chances that the two waring sides get together to pass a budget deal in the next two weeks? >> well, you'd think it would be good after what happened to congress's approval during the last shutdown fight and argument, especially for house republicans. but as of right now it doesn't necessarily have a very rosey outlook. there's been all this talk that paul ryan, the republican from wisconsin and patty murray, democrat from washington chairing this conference committee will figure out some way to lessen the impact of the sequester. as far as a wide reaching grand bargain, that's not going to happen. now they are trying to figure out, okay, what can we do to replace sequester cuts a lot of democrats and republicans don't like in the pentagon but still make it revenue neutral so republicans don't jump off th
alternatives to rehabilitative programs to more comprehensive case management and finally jonathan simon is adrian craig in professor of law, teaches courses on criminal laws, criminal justice, law and consulted culture and law risk and studies. his book includes parole and the social control of the under class 1890-1990 how the war on crime transformed american democracy and created fear. welcome our panelist. [ applause ] >> i'm going to start with catherine mccrack in, the organization on juvenile and criminal justice has done extensive reach on the bail system and pretrial detention. is the system currently working would you say and what reforms would you support? >> thank you for having m e here today. the center for criminal justice has released a report last year that did examine the bail industry particularly around the lobbying effort. i want to talk a little bit about the criticisms of the commercial bail industry that has been reoccurring over the years and these date back as far back as to the 1920s that the commercial bail doesn't just a
. jonathan corpina on the floor of the new york stock exchange. jonathan gets to follow my interaction from charlie gasparino over baby names. we're on track for third names of declines. what is going on? do we get back in positive territory this week or next week? >> i like the interaction with charlie. on girl's list i hit two of the top three. adam: there you go. congratulationss. >> there we go. as far as our markets are concerned we've been talking about this are a while. what will derail our market, with will shake our market? few things going on. the "detroit news" is not investors panic sell or reason to sell. risk off coming into the market, historically markets move higher. i think we will continue to see the market move higher but on a short-term basis right now we're seeing a little risk-off trade. that is why we have the little market celloff. let's not panic or overreact. we will take a couple steps back every once in a while. adam: jonathan corpina, if you have any sons in the future, charlie says consider vito or sal. >> there are no more children in my future. lori: at love
was traveling 50 mph faster than it should have been when it derailed, and there is more. jonathan martin is on the scene. what's the latest? >> reporter: john, we know a piece of key information, you mentioned the speed. but what we don't know is was this a situation where it was operator error? where the conductor was operating this train too quickly, or was there a mechanical mistake? was there an issue with the braking system? an issue on the track? that's something that ntsb wants to know. but today speed may have caused is derailment, something reported early on by many witnesses and those people on board. investigators with the national transportation safety board say they now know that the commuter train that derailed was going too fast as it approached a curve. >> the preliminary information, and let me emphasize preliminary information from the event recorders shows that the train was traveling 82 mph. as it went into a 30 mph curve. >> reporter: invesinvestigatorsy it's too early to know if speeding was the cause or if it was mechanical error like brakes. >> we don't know if it
, healthy meals delivered across much of san francisco in a matter of minutes. >> yeah. abc 7's jonathan bloom explains how they do it. >> reporter: steven sea works long hours at a startup. that means no stopping for dinner. >> the one chicken for you -- >> yep. >> reporter: a few weeks ago, this would have been pizza. now -- >> some chicken? with the sauce -- >> reporter: steven stuffing his face with something that's healthy. >> nothing overcooked or anything. >> reporter: it just so happens steven shares an office with sprig, and he's one of their first customers. sprig is dinner on demand. it's an iphone app where you push a button and a healthy meal shows up, usually in about 20 minutes. >> hi. >> thisr you today -- >> reporter: the magic doesn't start when you push the button. it actually started hours earlier when they took a vacuum sealed bag of ingredients and put it into a steaming hot bath of water. in order to change the way your food gets to you, they had to change the way they cook it. >> here's the vacuum serial. >> reporter: nate kellar is the executive chef. he learned
is acting completely differently than his predecessor, jonathan hunt has details. the indications are troubling. >> reporter: they are. what they show is that kim jong-un, kim the younger, is certainly more confident in his own power than he was when he first took over from his father, kim jong-il. to fire a very powerful uncle and execute two of his advisers makes a pretty strong statement. remember the uncle has been a important figure for a longtime you saw him walking behind kim jong-un at the funeral of kim the elder. some experts, lug gordon chang, say this is more about north noh korea's generals reasserting their power. they didn't like uncle jung and are apparently taking revenge on him. >> they have blamedded him and gotten at him and apparently had would aides executed. so this is story of still turmoil in the regime. the thing about executions is important because once they start they're hard to stop because blood demand bloods. >> so, no gordon's view, those two executions that we have been told about are very unlikely to be the last in this ongoing power struggle. >
sectors. sow how many people can walk through in 30 minutes. jonathan bets has the question suching american students, and news anchors next on al jazeera america. >> this isn't a new channel, this is a watershed moment in media for america. >> this entire region is utterly devastated. >> people our here are struggling. >> the fire jumped the highway we took earlier. >> your average viewer want's to actually understand how the health care law is going to help them or hurt them. >> they know they can get extremist bickering somewhere else. >> people say that we're revolutionary. our revolution is just going back to doing the best in journalism. >> this is the place to go watch high quality journalism, period. >> start with one issue ad guests on all sides of the debate. and a host willing to ask the tough questions and you'll get... the inside story ray suarez hosts inside story next only on al jazeera america new test scores show american students just aren't making the grade. the study compares u.s. teens to piers in other countries. >> not a big surprise, but also not encouraging.
francisco in a matter of minutes. >> yeah. abc 7's jonathan bloom explains how they do it. >> reporter: steven sea works long hours at a startup. that means no stopping for dinner. >> the one chicken for you -- >> yep. >> reporter: a few weeks ago, this would have been pizza. now -- >> some chicken? with the sauce -- >> reporter: steven stuffing his face with something that's healthy. >> nothing overcooked or anything. >> reporter: it just so happens steven shares an office with sprig, and he's one of their first customers. sprig is dinner on demand. it's an iphone app where you push a button and a healthy meal shows up, usually in about 20 minutes. >> hi. >> this for you today -- >> reporter: the magic doesn't start when you push the button. it actually started hours earlier when they took a vacuum sealed bag of ingredients and put it into a steaming hot bath of water. in order to change the way your food gets to you, they had to change the way they cook it. >> here's the vacuum serial. >> reporter: nate kellar is the executive chef. he learned this when he was executive chef at googl
wrong and why. jonathan martin has the latest. >> reporter: the question remains now: was this caused by operator error or some sort of mechanical error on the brakes. we know from the ntsb, speed was a factor. >> that's something that was reported early on by passengers and witnesses. investigators with the national transportation safety board say they now know the commuter train was going too fast as it approached a curve. >> the preliminary information -- let me emphasize this is preliminary information -- from the event recorders shows that the train was traveling at approximately 82 miles per hour as it went into a 30-mile-an-hour curve. >> investigate orders say it's too early to know if speeding was caused by operator or mechanical error, like an issue with the brakes. >> we don't know whether the brakes went to zero pressure because of a valve change or because of the train break-up. six seconds coming to a stop, the trolths had been at some power setting. >>> emergency cruise worked in the morning, using cadaver dogs and divers. all of the passengers and crew members have bee
told judge jonathan is on the cause her to use him as a former norton air corps and a strong meant to intimidate her. she got scared and worried she would be believed it to cool for fifteen years before she realized it is a secret she couldn't carry any more. it is quite upset. i think it's good that many expect the defense. then again two of the people that it was just a pretend to be found guilty and he had helped to put them. in the mall today was the thought that was without a note of the office about twenty people believing that he does not change a cyclone larry was found guilty of life come to sexually assaulting a teenager and dates between nineteen ninety six and nineteen ninety eight the jury found him not guilty on one count. some of the new phones that they might have taken to a company's age. he states that happened as yet no previous convictions he said murray had pleaded not guilty and have shown no remorse. he sentenced him to four years in prison on one child rights which he described as more serious. suspending the plan to use any handed down a two year sentence o
jonathan karl looks at the whole picture right now. >> reporter: healthcare.gov may be working better, but dan howard of freeport, pennsylvania has been trying to enroll for two months and is still out of luck. >> i can log on and amazingly i can log on darn quick, but whenever i finish my actual log-in it says i can't go any further because i'm not verified that i'm me. >> reporter: he received a cancellation notice from his insurance company back in september. now howard is worried he's running out of time to get a new policy. >> i had a heart attack nine years ago. i'm terrified of not having a policy on january 1st. >> reporter: others trying to log onto the website today experienced delays. the white house says it's due to a huge increase in traffic worthy of cyber monday. 375,000 visiting the website by noon today. but this time for those who can't get in right away, there is a system that allows them to wait online. we were able to get on the site after about ten minutes. the bottom line, the administration says, after a massive effort to fix the glitches, the website is now wo
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jonathan bloom explains how they do that. >> steven c works long hours at start up. that means no stopping for dinner. few week ago this would have been pizza but now. >> some chicken with sauce. >> stuffing his face with something that's healthy. >> nothing oily or over cooked or anything like that. >>reporter: just so happens steven shares an office with sprig and he's one of the first customers. sprig is dinner on demand. it's an i-phone app where you push button and healthy meal shows up in 20 minutes. magic doesn't start when you push the button started hours earlier when they took a vacuum seal bag of ingredient that a steaming hot bath of water in order to change the way the food gets to you they change the way they cook it. >> vacuum sealer. >>reporter: nate is skawv chef he learned to do this when executive chef at google. >> cooked for incredibly large amounts of people and yet keep the quality the same would you find in a restaurant. >>reporter: sprig cooked almost everything under vacuum pressure keeps the moisture flavor locked in so they don't have to have it with sauc
reporting by jonathan martin this weekend in the "times." there's hillary clinton asking what you and i would do in the same situation. you're asking somebody to spot the people and who they are in the community. who the state reps, the city council people. you got to know if you want to run for office. >> you have to if you're going to run for president. listen, clintons are good at this. bill clinton is a master at this. you and i remember. we were on the air during the funeral of claretta scott king. >> he didn't say nothing about religion. there's a woman in there. he beat those ministers. it's chilling how good he is. can he bring it back? can he bring back the love? >> well, you know -- >> i think it's there, myself. >> if obama had lost and if that could in some way have been blamed on the clintons even if he got the nomination and lost because they were insufficiently supported or something like that, i think there would be some lingering feelings. but he won. and he won again. and there's no reason to hold a grudge, i think. >> i like to be the sunshine guy around here, joy as
power. but thousands of demonstrators demanded just that. jonathan sparks of "independent television news" has this report. >> reporter: it was supposed to be peaceful. a non-violent campaign against the thai government. but it's turned into a bare- knuckle battle for power. parts of bangkok streaked with teargas and rubble bullets today as protesters tried to seize government ministries from the police. many here are driven by hatred for the country's prime minister yingluck shinawatra and those seen to support her. a man who looks like he's a we watched as protesters crept up to the barricades around the prime minister's office with an assortment of homemade weaponry. but several rounds of teargas saw them off. the protesters can't take it. the protest leader-- a fiery politician called suthep thaugsuban-- told euphoric supporters that the government would soon fall. the prime minister yingluck shinawatra also offering to hold talks. but mr. suthep refuses to negotiate. it's a problem i put to her foreign minister today. he said he's not negotiating? >> i don't know. that's the wa
him on the roster. the team suspended incognito nearly a month ago after jonathan martin left the team. >>> on bleacherreport.com, uconn down to florida in the final seconds. he buries it for the game winner. he was so happy. he just keeps on running straight out of the arena. his teammates final catch up with him by the locker room to celebrate the game winning shot. >>> golfer jason duffner really wants to watch s.e.c. championship game against missouri on saturday only thing he is playing in tiger woods golf tournament this weekend. duffner asked tiger to shorten the event. mr. tiger woods, i petition the event to play on thursday and friday so i can watch my beloved auburn play for the s.e.c. champ. thanks. tiger wasn't very sympathetic. his response, petition denied! >> wow. >> tiger is a big stanford fan and stanford is playing well too. he will not get any auburn love from tiger woods. >> i bet dufner out there saturday afternoon on the course will be putting. >> shot! >> andy scholes, thanks so much. >>> the top headlines and everything you need to know for the day is after the
voted for obama care so blame them for your troubles. as jonathan allen writes, if they aren't aware of the law's upside or can't remember it amid the problems with the rollout, democrats will be holding on to a anchor rather than a buoy which leads us back to the presidential pr pitch and peter alexander outside the white house. you just heard the president's speech. do you think the bully pulpit has lost its power at this point? >> reporter: a lot of people who paid attention to the last couple of months for this white house feel they've heard events not too dissimilar to this multiple times. this is the reboot, 3.0. the white house feels strongly this is the time it's going to work. the president made it pretty clear, krystal, you can make fun e
for obama care so blame them for your troubles. as jonathan allen writes, if they aren't aware of the law's upside or can't remember it amid the problems with the rollout, democrats will be holding on to a anchor rather than a buoy which leads us back to the presidential pr pitch and peter alexander outside the white house. you just heard the president's speech. do you think the bully pulpit has lost its power at this point? >> reporter: a lot of people who paid attention to the last couple of months for this white house feel they've heard events not too dissimilar to this multiple times. this is the reboot, 3.0. the white house feels strongly this is the time it's going to work. the president made it pretty clear, krystal, you can make fun of me or kind of give me a hard time or website a hard time but you can't give this law a hard time. what was noticeable was the standing ovation when he said this law, affordable care act is not going to be repeal as long as i'm president and that got everybody on their feet, people who benefit from the law at this time. one of the real focuses is the
a report from jonathan sparks of independent television news in bangkok. >> reporter: for three days, anti-government protestors and thai police waged war in the center of bangkok. today, however, the barricades came down and the two sides shook hands. flowers were exchanged and tears were shed, and the police got out of the way. the protestors tried to take this government complex by force. this morning, however, they simply walked in. >> ( translated ): i think we've won. it feels like victory. i think we've 90% won it now. >> reporter: but there was a problem: the protestors may have occupied the lawn outside the prime minister's office, but yingluck shinawatra was still the prime minister. a few hours ago, one of the most secure areas in the country, now it is rammed with anti- government protestors, like an open-day fete full of festive people. protestor leaders accuse the government of corruption, and they're promising far-reaching reform, but they're not prepared to wait for the next election. i caught up with one of the >> ( translated ): normally, we give them power for four years
the rustlers and alleged threats he made toward former fellow teammate and former stanford player jonathan martin. >>darya: >>mark: and don't want to miss sports night live hosted by gary radnich. and featuring garies radio partner larry kru brand new show here on kron4. we will have likely been-lively debates and big- time interviews. the show premieres this thursday december 5th at 9:00 p.m.. check out the facebook page and sports night live. and like us all for a chance to win a 2000 home theater system. >>darya: several 49ers players walk to their football helmets for santa hats monday and san jose. it began with a huddle as players were paired with low income children before fanning out across a target store armed with a long list of gift ideas for their families. joe muni--looney, anquan boldin, colt mccoy and a half-dozen other showing lots of patients in the toy aisles come and get some ideas of their own know about giving back and getting something back in about giving back and ge[ male announcer ] some things are simply better at home. like the enticing aroma and distinctive tast
by introducing the witnesses. the first witness is jonathan turley of public interest law at george washington university law school. professor turley is a legal scholars who's written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory and portable. he's published over 3,000 academic articles into 750 articles in newspapers including "new york times," usa today and at "the wall street journal." he's been recognized as the second most cited professor in the country. the second witness is nicolas rosenkranz a professor of law at georgetown university law center. professor rosenkranz served and advised the federal government in a variety of capacities including as a clerk to supreme court justice anthony kennedy and as an attorney advisor to the department of legal counsel. he has published numerous articles including the subjects of the constitution which is the single most downloaded article up at the constitutional interpretation of the history of the social sciences research network. the third witness is simon lazarus senior counsel with the accountability center. he's a mem
teammate and former stanford player jonathan martin. >> and you won't want to miss sports night live hosted by gary radnich. and featuring gary's radio partner larry krueger. a brand new show here on kron 4-- we'll have lively debates.and big time interviews. the show premieres this thursday december 5th at 9pm. check out the facebook page at sports night live - and "like us" for a chance to win a 2,000 dollar home theater system. >> several 49ers players swapped their football helmets for santa hats monday in san jose. it began with a huddle as players were paired with low-income children. before fanning out across a target store, armed with a long list of gift ideas for their families. joe looney, anquan boldin, colt mc-coy and a half dozen others. showing lots of patience in the toy aisles, getting some ideas of their own no doubt. giving back and getting something back in return. >> i am very blessed. it feels good to give back to help these children out. >> my problem di\ family did noe a lot a money when i grow up. it feels good to give back. >> each child was given a gift card worth
jonathan martin. >>> the golfer jason dufner really wants to watch the championship game against missouri. only problem he's playing in tiger woods golf tournament. he took to twitter and tweeted i petition the event to play 36 holes thursday and friday so i can watch my beloved auburn play for the s.e.c. championship. tiger's response, petition denied. looks like dufner will need two caddies. one to carry his clubs, one to carry a giant tv. >> i love him for his passion for the sport, for golf, not football. >> i like the dear mr. tiger woods part of the tweet. >> sucking up works. >> dear mr. chris cuomo. >> petition denied. good for tiger. >>> we're now at the top of the hour which means it's time for the top news. >> when i heard about the speed, i gulped. it sort of takes your breath away. >> out of control, the train that derailed in new york was traveling close to three times the speed limit. we'll look at what new evidence could mean. >> new this hour, final moments, video of the crash that killed paul walker and new details in the investigation as his co-star vin diesel speaks to
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